Episode 24

Life is the point

Published on: 5th May, 2021

We are so pleased to bring you the second part of our conversation with Shelli Spotts. She is a creative writer, professor, and freelance journalist. The first portion of our conversation we discuss the article she wrote that was recently published in Big Ocean Women, you can read the article here 

In this episode we touch on the importance of getting out into our natural environment, the effect of physical walls have on our emotions, mental health, feminism, and the fear of rejection. Shelli said it last episode... having a conversation with a writer is so compelling because she connects all these things together.

We would love to hear your thoughts and feelings after listening to this episode. You can connect with us at itotallyrelatepod@gmail.com or you can send us a DM on the 'gram.

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I Totally Relate!
with Rissy and Shelbs
Hey Everybody! Welcome to "I Totally Relate!" with Rissy and Shelbs, the podcast of conversations all things Emotional Wellbeing. We're just over here giving permission. Permission to ourselves to be serious and funny. Permission to you to ask hard questions, and join the conversation. Permission to show up, exactly as we are. Oh yeah, and we're totally related.
Every episode we share tools that have helped us. We offer journal prompts for you to join us on the journey, and we occasionally offer guided meditations and breathwork.
We want to share our experiences and resources, and we hope you totally relate too.
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Rissy Shelby Deason

This podcast is a collection of conversations. Some of them are interviews, some are guided meditations and breath work, and a lot of them are just the two of us sitting down at the table to talk through our experiences and all the things we’ve learned. We discuss big and heavy topics like trauma, insecurities, body image. And although we might be discussing a weighty issue one moment, we will be laughing the next. We are not experts, we are not perfectionists. We are just two women on our own journey oh yeah, and we’re totally related! We hope to start the conversation with you and share resources, and we hope that you can totally relate too.